Tuesday, April 4, May 16, June 20 (7pm)
Meditation Building on right
Cost: $35; Please register below.
Sound therapy is a healing modality that has been used throughout creation. The ancients have incorporated sound vibration in their ceremonies, rituals and healing. We are familiar with hearing drums, Himalayan singing bowls, chimes, bells, chanting and singing in many spiritual practices and celebrations. Every part of our bodies is made up of a frequency of energy or resonance. Every organ and every cell has its own frequency. Sound Healing/Therapy uses the vibration/frequency of a sound, instrument or tool (I.e., Himalayan singing bowls, drums, etc.) to bring our bodies back into balance. Imbalances can occur because of illness, toxicity, stress, etc. Sound allows us to by-pass the mind and bring the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual bodies back into alignment and balance which promotes self-healing. Some of the benefits of sound therapy/healing are: stress release, promotes mental clarity, enhances the immune system, raises your vibration and frequency, increases spiritual awareness, activates/heightens consciousness, and clears/attunes chakras.
During my Vibrations of Tibet Sound Immersion you will be sitting or laying in a relaxed position while listening to the resonance of different Himalayan/Tibetan bowls. I also use chimes, bells and other instruments. During the immersion I will tone sounds which are channeled from the higher realms. These sounds transmit energy to help in the realignment of any discord and to elevate frequency levels in the body and energy field. These activations are specific to the group that is present at the time.
Please arrive 10 to 15 minutes prior to the immersion. Please wear comfortable clothes. Bring a yoga mat, blankets, pillow, etc. so that you will be comfortable laying on the floor for an hour or so. There will be chairs available for those that cannot lay on the floor. If you would like, please bring crystals or small objects to be placed on the altar.
You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone her at 203-438-4893